Alec Hanley Bemis (Teenage Kicks) conceives, manages and produces creative projects that make a global and local impact. He co-founded and manages Brassland, an adventurous record label that documents the work of a growing community of musicians.
Lewis is an independent radio producer, writer, and musician living in Philly. He worked as an associate producer with NPR’s World Café with David Dye, and produces WHYY’s Newsworks Tonight First Person Arts Podcast, and The Dig with Daniel Denvir.
A leading figure in the artists’ collective known as Atis Rezistans and a broader movement known as the Sculptors of Grand Rue. Eugène is co-director of the Ghetto Biennale, which has been held in his hometown of Port-au-Prince since 2009.
Arezoo Moseni is an artist, librarian, and producer. Born in Iran, she obtained a BFA at Utah State University, a MA and MFA at the University of New Mexico, and an MLS at Pratt Institute. She has worked at the Mid-Manhattan Library since 1999.
Wolowiec is an interdisciplinary artist whose work oscillates between sculpture, installation, text, and performance, to produce conceptually driven work with an emphasis on sound and the material qualities of language.
The collaborative duo of Doreen Garner and Kenya (Robinson). Armed with a rigorous approach to their individual practices, together they address disposability (consumer and social), expressions of the feminine and performative "realness".
Beatrice Johnson is the Clocktower Managing Director and Associate Curator. She oversees visual arts programs, Operations, Staff & Human Resources, Press, Development, Public Relations, and Special Events.
Becca Lieb is an LA-based artist and poet who has shown at 356 Mission; The Gayle and Ed Roski MFA Gallery - University of Southern California; and in the exhibition 14 & 15 in Phillip Johnson’s Lipstick Building.
Blood Pillow is an audio project between Andrew Leland and Ross Simonini using a slew of techniques - collage, improvisation, appropriation, conversation - BP interprets common audio forms like talk shows, remixes, profiles, and radio plays.
Branko Franceschi was trained as an Art Historian at the University of Zagreb and for more than 20 years has initiated and curated numerous exhibitions of contemporary art for exhibition venues in Croatia and beyond.
Brian Belott is a New York artist working in a variety of media, including performance, painting, collage, and sound. In 2007 he published his first book, "Wipe That Clock Off Your Face." He received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts in 1995.
Bruce Pearson is an artist whose paintings and drawings often contain text that has been transformed to the point of near indecipherability. He explores a pivotal point where form is pushed to abstraction but can still be recognized.
Caresse Lansberg is a Venezuelan art journalist, writer and editor. She hosts the radio program, Arte con ESTILO, at one of Venezuela's prominent stations. Her show features interviews with artists, writers, curators, musicians and many other guests.
Charles Bernstein is an American poet, theorist, editor, and literary scholar. His program, Close Listening, is produced in cooperation with PennSound, and engages poets and artists in conversations, readings and more.
Host Charles Ruas is the author of Conversations with American Writers, a Fulbright scholar, and a distinguished French translator. He is also a frequent contributor to ARTNews and Art in America. He hosts a historic archive and writer's show here.